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What SEER Rating Should You Pick For Your New AC?

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Installing a new air conditioner might seem like more of an exercise in spending money than saving money, but it can reduce your utility bills over time. Air conditioner manufacturers continually increase energy efficiency, allowing new units to cool your home while using less electricity. Along with system capacity, the efficiency of your new AC will be one of the most critical choices you’ll make. For whole-home central air conditioning systems, you’ll look at the unit’s SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) rating. Read More»

Things An Air Conditioning Repair Technician May Check For When Your AC Isn't Cooling Your Home

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Your air conditioner should keep you cool on a typical summer day as long as your house is insulated well. When it’s extremely hot, your AC might struggle to keep up, but when your AC struggles on a day of average temperatures, something could be wrong. If your AC isn’t keeping you cool, call an air conditioning repair service for help. Here are things that could be wrong. The Thermostat Read More»

4 Things You Should Do During the Summer so Your Heating System Stays in Good Shape

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You’re not going to be focusing much on the condition of your home’s heating system in the summer months. After all, the last thing you want to think about at the peak of the summer heat is making your interiors hotter. Nevertheless, there are a few things you might want to do over the summer to make sure that your home’s heating system stays in good shape. The following are four things you might want to do during the summer that can help Read More»

Early Heat Wave Got You Down? Here's How To Prepare Your HVAC System

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If summer heat seems to be arriving earlier and earlier, then you might find yourself turning up the air conditioning a month or two ahead of schedule. While modern central air conditioning systems don’t require much preparation before their first use, there are a few things you should consider. Taking these three steps will help ensure that your air conditioning system can keep you cool even through a long summer. Read More»

Understanding When It's Time To Plan For Furnace Replacement

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At some point, a furnace becomes old enough that continuing to repair it is inadvisable. Contractors who install and service residential heating systems let customers know when they should start preparing for replacement. This gives homeowners a year or two to decide how to pay for the new equipment and all required labor. Signs When a furnace repeatedly breaks down during heating seasons even after annual maintenance has been performed, the appliance is wearing out. Read More»